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PowerApps licenses and a Dynamics 365 environment about a month ago

Believe it or not, Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement applications from Microsoft are built on top of Power Platform. No, they didn’t originally start that way, but as the Citizen Application P

https://survivingcrm.com/2019/09/powerapps-licenses-and-a-dynamics-365-environment/

Licensing by consumption: pricing model of Power Platform online services about 1 months ago

On the topic of Dynamics 365 and PowerApps licensing changes coming in October 2019, I earlier wrote about the biggest change in how Microsoft is separating the first party applications and the und

https://survivingcrm.com/2019/09/licensing-by-consumption-pricing-model-of-power-platform-online-services/

Canvas Apps for the Model-driven mind: how to make that leap about 1 months ago

Business applications come in all shapes and sizes. In the Microsoft ecosystem, we now have a broader set of tools to choose from, compared to the past strategies of Build vs. Buy, i.e. writing cod

https://survivingcrm.com/2019/08/canvas-apps-for-the-model-driven-mind-how-to-make-that-leap/

Application/Platform Separation in New PowerApps Licensing Model about 2 months ago

Ever since Spring 2018 when the XRM and PowerApps platforms merged on a commercial level, I’ve found myself spending an ever increasing number of hours per week involved in licensing discussi

https://survivingcrm.com/2019/08/application-platform-separation-in-new-powerapps-licensing-model/

4 directions for Power Platform business growth about 3 months ago

It’s now roughly one year since Microsoft launched the concept of Power Platform. It’s been extremely interesting in the past 12 months to watch how this new platform strategy starts to

https://survivingcrm.com/2019/07/4-directions-for-power-platform-business-growth/

2 become 1 UI: PowerApps Roadmap from MBAS about 4 months ago

Have you looked at the MBAS Gallery yet? Microsoft Business Applications Summit 2019 was last week and already the majority of sessions have been published online for also non-attendees to enjoy. E

https://survivingcrm.com/2019/06/2-become-1-ui-powerapps-roadmap-from-mbas/

Catching the Wave 2 for 2019 Power Platform Updates about 4 months ago

Today, June 10th, at Microsoft Business Application Summit 2019 the release plan for the next wave of Dynamics 365 and Power Platform features was announced. It’s of course no surprise that t

https://survivingcrm.com/2019/06/catching-the-wave-2-for-2019-power-platform-updates/

Why You Should Become a #PowerAddict about 4 months ago

Recently I was tagged to do a “confession” in the #WeArePowerAddicts challenge, started by MVP Vivek Bavishi. There’s been a massive amount of support for this over on Twitter, wh

https://survivingcrm.com/2019/06/why-you-should-become-a-poweraddict/

Building The Platform for Every Developer about 5 months ago

For the first time ever at Microsoft Build conference, the Power Platform was presented right at the start of Satya’s keynote this year! Woo-hoo! Of course this time last year there wasn̵

https://survivingcrm.com/2019/05/building-the-platform-for-every-developer/

PowerApps “Starter” Plans Capabilities Demystified about 5 months ago

There are many ways to get started with PowerApps on the cheap. What I mean by cheap here is the types of licenses that have certain limitations on what you’re allowed to do with the PowerApp

https://survivingcrm.com/2019/04/powerapps-starter-plans-capabilities-demystified/